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Introduction to the North Preserve
The FallingWaters North Preserve gated community occupies a secluded 31 acre site in a natural area of forested preserve on the west side of US41 north of Naples. It is close to spectacular beaches, Golf courses and other recreational amenities. There are plenty of restaurants, shops and good schools nearby.
Passing through the 24 hour gated entrance, you are greeted by spectacular waterfalls, lakes and tropical fauna in the professionally landscaped grounds. A garden path meanders by a lake with waterfall to reach the extra large heated swimming pool with its gazebo and sunbathing areas.
The ninety exclusive two and three bedroom condominiums are spacious and elegent, each has two bathrooms, a large lanai and an oversized garage with private parking area. The interiors are finished to a high specification with 10
foot ceilings on the first floor units, the second floor units have vaulted ceilings. All units are fully air conditioned and are fitted with a fire sprinkler system and smoke detectors
The attractive two storey condominium buildings have a textured cement exterior wall finish and Spanish concrete roof tiles and are matched by the seperate garages. The community grounds and buildings are managed and maintained by an active Condominium owners Association.
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Last updated on Mon 17 Feb 2020 6:30 AM GMT
Forecast: Heat and humidity returns this week
Tonight we will see dry conditions and partly cloudy skies after the heavy downpours that developed along the sea-breeze during the day fizzle out.
WATCH: Group of River Otters play along boardwalk in Naples
The video is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
Orangutan granted 'personhood' celebrates 34th birthday, makes new friend
In 2015, Judge Elena Liberatori made a landmark ruling that declared Sandra is legally not an animal, but a non-human person.
One killed in shooting in front of Fort Myers Technical College
Crime scene tape was stretched across Michigan Avenue where multiple officers were on scene investigating.
Our broadcast signal has been restored!!
Those who get our signal via antenna and satellite services should now see service restored.
Cape Coral police trying to identify accused thief targeting local home improvement stores
The man was caught on security cameras wearing a striped yellow and gray t-shirt, jean shorts and Nike sandals.
6-year-old committed to mental health facility without mother's consent
Also without the permission of her mother, the child was allegedly given anti-psychotic medications at the center.
Taxi driver saves elderly woman from being scammed out of $25,000
According to CNN, Singh pleaded with the woman, telling her to reconsider as he thought it could be a scam.
Annual snake orgy shuts down part of Florida park
To increase public awareness of the snake orgy, caution tape was put up around the area.
One dead, one in critical condition following US-41 crash
The accident was the result of a driver failing to yield the right of way to oncoming traffic.
U.S. Coast Guard, deputies conduct death investigation on Fort Myers Beach
Crime scene tape is blocking off a portion of San Carlos Drive.
Truck slams into Golden Gate home after fleeing crash
The driver of the F150 ran away from the crash after hitting the home.
High School hoops district title scores
Scores for High School basketball
Man accused of harassing customers at Cape Coral gas station
Along with resisting arrest, Peterson threatened to kill officers' family members.
Two Miami airport employees in critical condition following burglary
When the two employees confronted the burglar, they were shot and the man stole "valuables" and keys from them, reported NBC6.
Traffic Alerts: February 15
All your traffic alerts for Feb. 15
Strong smell of smoke spreads from illegal burn near Babcock Ranch
Crews are working on containing the fire, then they will focus on dealing with the person responsible for the illegal burn.
Three manatees released at Manatee Park after being rescued
The Lee County Sheriff's Office said the manatees were treated at Sea World Orlando until they were strong enough to return to the wild.
Flight passenger films man repeatedly pushing her reclined seat with his fist
The man in the video appears to be seated against a wall and can't recline his own seat.
Dog rescued after swallowing bag of crack cocaine someone threw into his yard
Humane society workers "rushed" to the property to pick up the dog and his owner after being contacted by the police department.
Cape Coral woman dies of injuries from a crash a month later
Major Crash investigators and a forensic technician responded to the crash.
One dead in crash near RSW Airport
Troopers said alcohol was not a factor in the crash.
Brides are impacted as coronavirus causes factory shut-downs
If you're a bride-to-be and plan on shopping for your wedding dress, it could take longer than expected to get your dress.
Massive, outdated TV dumped in front of Cape Coral home
Someone dumped a massive and outdated TV right in front of a Cape Coral home.
Traffic Alerts: Feb. 14
Your traffic alerts for Friday, Feb. 13, 2020.
Curriculum in kindness begins at FGCU
About 35 students registered for the first offering of the class.
Man found guilty after shooting and killing man at Fort Myers apartment
A man was found guilty of second-degree murder and first-degree burglary for shooting and killing a man at an apartment building on Central Avenue in Fort Myers.
Couples renew their marriage vows at Lovers Key State Park
More than 100 couples renewed their vows to love each other for the rest of their lives on Valentine's Day.
Department of Environmental Protection finalizing Coral Pointe Canal restoration plans
City officials said the Department of Environmental Protection is finalizing their plan to restore the Coral Pointe Canal.
Political consultants warn of more frequent political ads just ahead of presidential primary
Pearlman predicts voters will see fewer ads from President Trump until we roll closer to the general election in 2020.
Bear resistant trash cans available for Collier County residents
The green and black trash cans may seem like your run-of-the-mill receptacle, but these bear-resistant bins have an added feature that makes it hard for bears to open them, yet easy for Waste Management to pick up in the mornings.
Cape Coral transformer bursts into flames following explosion
Cape Coral firefighters responded to the scene and cordoned off the street until LCEC arrived.
|Family-owned hardware store in Cape Coral features new items from local artist|
A family-owned hardware store in the heart of downtown Cape Coral has been in business since 1971.
Mother thankful to be alive following Cape Coral hit-and-run crash
Following the crash, she said she’s shaken up and sore but thankful to be alive.
New palm trees turning brown along unfinished Logan Boulevard
“So you’re talking about hundreds to potentially thousands of dollars for each palm. Not including the labor, just the plant itself,” said Dylan Humenay from Good Roots Nursery.
How you can limit your food waste
The average American family wastes $1,500 every year on groceries.
Charlotte County teacher visits drug house, arrested for having cocaine in purse
Cheryl Vollmar, 53, faces charges for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Man runs woman off Naples road, texts her 100 times, shows up to her parent's home in Illinois
The victim told detectives that she went on a date with Michaels several days earlier after meeting on social media.
Police catch Valentine's Day burglar
He was wearing a hoodie and walking in the 1400 block of SE 4th St and Del Prado Boulevard around 1:15 a.m.
Palmetto toddler died after being hit by SUV
The driver wasn't able to stop in time and hit the toddler with the front right corner of her Chevy Equinox.
Fugitive Friday: Valentine's Day edition
Every Friday, Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers shares information on four fugitives authorities need help finding.
Elderly widower conned out of $200,000 with online romance scam
The con all began with an unidentified person stealing the identity of a Florida woman and befriending the elderly man through an online dating service
Couple celebrates 30th anniversary after meeting on old-school version of dating app
Men and women would purchase this newsletter and fill out a profile with no name or photo.
Fort Myers man who shot someone outside of grocery store found guilty
As the victim fled in his car, the man shot the car multiple times.
Miami commissioners vote to relocate pesky peacocks
Commissioners unanimously agreed to allow for trapping and removal of excess peacocks.
Former Florida Everbabes captain released from Lee Health after wrong-way crash on I-75
Four people were rushed to the hospital.
Fort Myers man who robbed woman in front of daughters found guilty
A Fort Myers man was sentenced to 11 years in prison for robbing a woman in front of her two daughters as they were walking down the street
Teen sexually assaulted by dental assistant during wisdom tooth removal, deputies say
Edwin Alvis, 37, denied the accusations in multiple interviews with deputies, according to the arrest report.
Car plows into Naples lake, one hospitalized
According to Naples police, there were multiple crashes with the same white SUV before it ended up in the lake.
Florida 'Red flag' gun law used 3,500 times since Parkland
Advocates of Florida's red flag measure say before it existed, it was hard to remove guns from people who were making threats or suffering from severe mental breakdowns.
Lee County kindergarten teacher gets engaged LIVE on the Today Show
Katheryn Stickley thought she was participating in a game on the show with her then-boyfriend, Caleb Stempel.
Firecrackers caused lockdown at Daytona high school
Officers were clearing one of the buildings on the campus when they discovered firecrackers that had been set off inside a stairwell.
'Stranger Things 4': Does Hopper return?
The Duffer brothers, the series creators, published a video teaser for the show's new season which included a MAJOR spoiler.
Missing Lehigh Acres boy has been found
He is Hispanic and was last seen wearing a burgundy polo shirt, khaki pants and black and gray shoes.
News 2 Use: Feb. 14
All the news you need to start your Friday.
Ocala babysitter found guilty of manslaughter in infant's death
The babysitter intentionally threw the baby out of frustration and anger, Assistant State Attorney Nick Camuccio said.
February 14 fishing report from Byron Stout
Southwest Florida's coldest water temperatures often occur in February. But the fishing action stays Fishing-Capital-of-the-World hot.
Local couple married 30 years met through a newsletter
Fast forward 30 years and the two are celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary next week.
New laws for green card holders to take effect in 2020
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has instituted some new rules that will take effect in 2020.
Thick, black water pouring out of Central Florida faucets creates health concerns
The issue is so bad in St. Cloud that people took their complaints to city hall on Tuesday night.
Flight attendant saves Fort Myers man's life
The man was lying on the ground next to his bicycle when the off-duty flight attendant found him and started CPR.
Woman arrested for depositing $4,000 worth of fake postal money orders in Clewiston
A woman was arrested for depositing $4,590 worth of fake postal money orders at a Clewiston credit union.
Judge sentences Mark Sievers to death for wife's brutal murder
Sievers was found guilty of first-degree murder for plotting his wife’s murder.